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Adams, J. M., and H. Faure. 1998. A new estimate of changing carbon storage on land since the last glacial maximum, based on global land ecosystem reconstruction. Global and Planetary Change 16-17:3-24.

Agenbroad, L. D.. 2005. North American proboscideans: mammoths: the state of the knowledge, 2003. Quaternary International 126-128:73-92.

Allen, J. R. M., T. Hickler, J. S. Singarayer, M. T. Sykes, P. J. Valdes, and B. Huntley. 2010. Last glacial vegetation of northern Eurasia. Quaternary Science Reviews 29:2604-2618.

Almeida-Lenero, L., H. Hooghiemstra, A. M. Cleef, and B. van Geel. 2005. Holocene climatic and environmental change from pollen records of lakes Zempoala and Quila, central Mexican highlands. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 136:63-92. doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2005.05.001.

Alroy, J.. 2001. A multispecies overkill simulation of the end-Pleistocene magafaunal mass extinction. Science 292:1893-1896.

Alroy, J.. 1999. Putting North America's end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction in context: large-scale analyses of spatial patterns, extinction rates, and size distributions. Pages 105-143 in R. D. E. MacPhee (ed.). Extinctions in near time: causes, contexts, and consequences. Advances in vertebrate paleobiology 2. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

Anderson, P. M., M. E. Edwards, and L. B. Brubaker. 2004. Results and paleoclimate implications of 35 years of paleoecological research in Alaska. Pages 427-440 in A. R. Gillespie, S. C. Porter, and B. F. Atwater (ed.). The Quaternary Period in the United States. Developments in Quaternary science 1. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Anderson, R. S., and E. Feiler. 2009. Holocene vegetation and climate change on the Colorado Great Plains, USA, and the invasion of Colorado piñon (Pinus edulis). Journal of Biogeography 36:2279-2289. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2009.02161.x.

Anderson, R. S., and P. A. Koehler. 2003. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships in the mountains of southern California, USA. Grana 42:129-146.

Arroyo-Cabrales, J., O. J. Polaco, E. Johnson, and A. F. Guzmán. 2003. The distribution of the genus Mammuthus in Mexico. Pages 27-39 in J. W. F. Reumer, J. de Vos, and D. Mol (ed.). Advances in Mammoth Research: Proceedings of the Second International Mammoth Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 16-20 May 1999.

Asselin, H., and S. Payette. 2005. Late Holocene opening of the forest tundra landscape in northern Québec, Canada. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:307-313.

Aubry, K. B., M. J. Statham, B. N. Sacks, J. D. Perrine, and S. M. Wisely. 2009. Phylogeography of the North American red fox: vicariance in Pleistocene forest refugia. Molecular Ecology 18(12):2668-2686.

Avery, D. T.. 2007. How high-yield farming saves nature. Social Science and Public Policy 44:137-143. doi:10.1007/s12115-007-9034-8.